Osher Gunsberg (previously known as Andrew Gee)
Osher Gunsberg is one of Australia’s most recognisable personalities and arguably the ‘Host with the Most’. Osher with his warm presence and easy smile has been gracing the TV screens of Australia for over 17 years.
Beginning with his work on Channel [V] in the early 2000s to seven seasons on Australian Idol. Osher got back in the spotlight in 2016 hosting the fourth season of Network Ten’s The Bachelor and the much anticipated return of The Bachelorette
Osher is a keen advocate for mental health awareness, especially for men, and is an ambassador for Movember foundation. Osher is a charming recognisable host for events as well as now offering a keynote speech titled ‘The Day I Lost My Mind’, detailing his journey through anxiety and depression.
Osher has been a guest in the living rooms of Australian’s for nearly 2 decades. From his work on Channel [V] in the early 2000’s to seven seasons on Australian Idol, Osher was the first Australian to host live network prime time TV in the USA on CBS’ Live To Dance. Currently, Osher hosts Network Ten’s The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise.
Commencing his radio career in 1994 at Brisbane’s B105 on the overnight shift, he rapidly moved to a national audience with Take 40 Australia and The Hot Hits Live from LA. From 2016 – 2017 Osher was part of Hit105’s Stav, Abby & Matt with Osher breakfast show for Southern Cross Austereo, and Osher’s Love Line nationally on the HIT Network.
An early adopter of independent digital broadcasting, The Osher Günsberg Podcast is in its 4th year and is a weekly conversation with someone who has figured out how to manage life’s challenges to forge a career where they do what they love to do. From July 2017 selected episodes were made available on Qantas inflight entertainment domestically and internationally. In 2017 Osher hosted Tall Tales & True (series 3) for ABC podcast.
Osher is also the co-creator and host of Movember Radio for the Movember Foundation. In 2016 Osher joined the board of SANE Australia as a Director, in an effort to help change attitudes in our society about complex mental illness.
Being hearing impaired himself, Osher became an Ambassador for leading children's charity The Shepherd Centre in 2018, to help educate the public and help children who are born deaf or hearing impaired.
A passionate photographer, cyclist, plant eater and coffee connoisseur, Osher lives with his wife, step daughter and their mischievous cavoodle.
In September 2018 he will release his highly-anticipated memoir, published by HarperCollins Australia.
- Master of Ceremonies
- ‘The Day I lost my Mind’ - Osher speaks of his struggle with mental health (Keynote and Q & A)